(CMR) The police commissioner issued an Easter Sunday message today sharing that some 40 persons were warned for prosecution after being found on the beach claiming that they are exercising on a hard curfew day.
The public is reminded that today, Easter Sunday, 12 April 2020, remains a hard curfew day. This means that without exception the only persons on the road should be essential workers carrying out their work-related duties.
Although soft curfew conditions resume tomorrow at 5 a.m., Monday, 13 April 2020, allowing non-essential workers movement only for essential tasks, a hard curfew condition has been imposed prohibiting all persons from accessing all beaches and the coastline.
All beaches, including the coastline, will remain closed from 12.01 a.m. tomorrow to 5:00 am Tuesday, 14 April. There is to be no swimming, snorkeling, fishing, exercising or any activity on the beach or along the coastline during these times.
Private owners with beach access are not allowed beyond the high watermark.
This restriction has been imposed by the Commissioner of Police and will be strictly enforced.